Kris Jenner doesn’t care if you’re broke: If you cross her or the rest of Kardashians, she will take you to court.
Jenner, 62, said that when then-pregnant daughter Kylie told her that she suspected an employee was trying to photograph her in her own home, Kris went into full-on mama bear mode to protect Kylie’s privacy — especially because Kylie never revealed she was pregnant until she confirmed the birth of daughter Stormi in February.
“We obviously will go to and spare no expense to hold somebody accountable if that happens on our team,” Kris told HuffPost in an interview released Wednesday.
“I don’t care how much money somebody might have ― if they have nothing,” she warned. “Some people think, ‘Oh, I don’t have any money, and they’re not going to sue me.’ Well, we’ll take payments. We’ll garner those wages for, you know, the next 10 years. But I just think that people don’t think. It’s a foolish thing to do.”
Though the Kardashians expose much of their own dirty laundry in public themselves on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kris insists that their actual private lives are strategically kept private — and that sometimes that means firing members of their teams.